Traffic Quarterly – 1951

Traffic Quarterly – 1951

January 28, 1951  | ENO CENTER FOR TRANSPORTATION

Traffic Quarterly

TABLE OF CONTENTS, JANUARY 1951

The White Line

COLONEL C. F. GOETZ

Financing Traffic Facilities

WINTHROP S. CURVIN

A Topical Report on Highway Traffic Research

ROY W. CRUM

Selecting the Intersection Type by Traffic Volume: a Chart

W. R. BELLIS

Parking Needs in the Development of Shopping Centers

DAVIS K. JACKSON

Support for the Traffic Program: Part Four

WILBUR S. SMITH

Off-Street Parking and Loading in Miami

EARL J. REEDER

Pennsylvania’s Road Program

S. P. LONGSTREET

Uniform Traffic Laws and Ordinances

C. W. STARK

Transit and City Officials Cooperate in Traffic Improvement

G. H. FRIELING

Psychological Factors in Effective Traffic Control Devices

A. R. LAUER

The Roadside Problem

EDWARD G. MOGREN

Traffic Quarterly

TABLE OF CONTENTS, APRIL 1951

Editorial

COLONEL ROBERT C. F. GOETZ

The Retail Merchant’s Interest in the Traffic Problem

GEORGE J. EBERLE

The Use of Traffic Data in Highway Administration Work

J. A. ANDERSON

Detroit’s Effectively Tough Policy: “Drunk Drivers Go to Jail”

DONALD SLUTZ

Adequate Parking in Business Areas

FREDERICK P. CLARK

Problem of the Urban Intersection

D. S. BRINKLEY

Small Town Parking

A.M. WHITE

Some Traffic Factors in Urban Planning

LAWRENCE MOORE

Let Them All in the Act

LEON W. CORDER

Parking Problems

TAYLOR D. LEWIS

Enforcement and Traffic Control

HOMER GARRISON, JR.

The Relation of Traffic and Parking to Retail Business

WILBUR S. SMITH

Traffic Quarterly

TABLE OF CONTENTS, JULY 1951

Our Millionth Victim

COLONEL ROBERT C. F. GOETZ

Truck Taxation in New York State

GEORGE T. MANNING

Where Zoning Stands Today

NORMAN WILLIAMS, JR.

The New Jersey Turnpike

PAUL L. TROAST

Highway Traffic in Civil Defense

T. M. MATSON

Des Moines Business Leaders Tackle City’s Parking Problems

N. H. NIELSON

Economically Sound Parking Plans in a Suburban Town of 8,000

CARLTON HILL

Future Traffic Problems Loom for the Medium-Size City

C. A. HARRELL

Fitting Truck Movement Efficiently into the Traffic Problem

AUSTIN C. KNETZGER

How About Vehicle Speeds?

J. E. JOHNSTON

New York State Thruway

FRED W. FISCH

Traffic Quarterly

TABLE OF CONTENTS, OCTOBER 1951

Police and the Courts

COLONEL ROBERT C. F. GOETZ

Economic Effects of Expressways on Business and Land Values

J. C. YOUNG

Local Government’s Power to Provide and Finance Parking Facilities

JEFFERSON B. FORDHAM

Traffic Planning Opportunities in Shopping-Center Design

HOWARD T. FISHER

Highway Needs in the Emergency

CARL E. FRITTS

To Help the Continuing Prosperity of Our Rural Communities

MAJOR GENERAL U.S. GRANT III

Municipal Revenue Bonds

WALTER C. CLEAVE

Using Statistics and Written Tests in Perfecting Driver Training

REINO AJO, D.SC.

A Review of Plans for Financing Municipal Off-Street Parking

EDWARD G. MOGREN

Establishing a Priority Basis for New Traffic Signals in Cities

F. HOUSTON WYNN

A Highway Department Conducts Training Course in Photogrammetry

W. J. CRECINK, JR.

When Private Enterprise Furnishes Public Parking Facilities

JOHN F. HENDON AND HOWARD D. LEAKE

Cumulative Index for 1951

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